Feb 4, 2013 6:55pm PST
in your snancht no, but the whole environment where i got a great education. my wife did. warren buffett who provides half of resphortsz foundation, he is super thankful he grew up here. we wanted to pick the most important thing for the country, whether it's equity or success for the country i think said case is the right choice. >> stephen: when you go around the world do you wear an american flag so people know it's american money, a ten gallon hat, something like that? do they know you're american? >> oh, yeah. they hope american innovation and generosity continues to lead the world. [cheers and applause] >> stephen: you can applaud america. [cheers and applause] you are not day-to-day at microsoft anymore. you are still charm but not day-to-day. >> that's right. >> stephen: do you miss the rough and tumble. do you say i'm going to drink coffee all night and code. >> i don't stay up all night quite as much. it's partly my age. it doesn't grab me quite the same way. yes, i miss the intensity. it was phenomenally fun. for my 20s, 30s and 40s it was the coolest thing i could have done.
Feb 7, 2013 11:30pm PST
and they are rooted to the environment there. the economy is based on fishing and degreing all things very specific to the region. so the culture is based in being able to stay in these special places. what the film is about is the way the places places places art the moment. >> stephen: the economy down there seems to be based on heart rending sandness. [ laughter ] >> no it's -- >> stephen: obviously it's ultimately a hopeful tale but it's heart piercing at times. >> well, you know, i mean, one of the things that the film is about is the way in a the people in the bathtub not just survived this storm but also, you know, keep a hold of their joy and this culture that is incredibly sell bra tory and joyous. >> stephen: we have an example of that, a lip clip that talks just to take. >> but me and my daddy we stay right here. we see what the earth is for. ♪ ♪ >> stephen: it is unbelievably beautiful, joyous and wild when i first saw that i thought this is like where the wild things are but with people. [ laughter ] >> it is wild. you know, and when you go down there it's a wild culture. >> stephe